Venom Sabre Gaming Headset
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Venom Sabre Gaming Headset Launched – Affordable Multi-Format Headset

Venom, the gaming accessory maker has today launched the Venom Sabre Gaming Headset, a premium headset featuring a low price and the ability to be used on Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch/Switch Lite, and PC.

Already well established within the budget headset market, Venom has created the Sabre to offer users features unrivaled by similarly priced headsets and in case your wondering the price of the Sabre is £29.99.

Venom Sabre Gaming Headset

The Venom Sabre Gaming Headset features a fully retractable microphone that offers users precise chat during play but also allowing them to hide the microphone away when using the headset for listening to music. In-line controls for volume adjustment and microphone muting are also featured on the headset’s braided 1.5m long cable which connects to a standard 3.5mm connection point like the one on the bottom of your controller or the one on your phone.

“Audio continues to be the leading category in gaming accessories, and Venom are extremely proud of the success our Nighthawk range of gaming headsets has achieved at retail,” said Kelly Rist, Marketing Manager for Venom. “We’re excited to expand our audio range with the Sabre headset. This higher-end offering which sets a new standard in quality and features at a highly affordable price point. We look forward to bringing the headset to gamers of all platforms and growing our market share across this important category.”

The Venom Sabre Gaming Headset is available to purchase now for £29.99 from Amazon UK and all good game retailers.

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